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Uncle meets nephew from Calais camp: 'I think it is a dream' – video

Jan Ghazi says he thinks he is dreaming ahead of meeting his 16 year-old nephew Haris for the first time in seven years before they are reunited. Haris is one of 14 children who left the refugee camp in Calais making their way to the UK as part of the government’s resettlement programme of a few hundred minors First group of refugee children arrives in Britain from Calais Continue reading.
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